Has anyone mastered the all-nighter staying up late, whether working, insomnia, or hustling
I mean does anyone have a proven routine for staying up all nite and being productive, living a healthy lifestyle, and happy with your life you would like to share?
Been there, done that, and it's taken its toll. Restful sleep and health are inseparable--one without the other is an impossibility. One can only do it for so long before a crash, and though it is definitely possible to rest up and do it again, that process chips away at health.
Well as a student I have pulled many an all-nighter when deadlines week is quickly approaching and there aren't enough hours in the day. But those are just one-offs, I couldn't live like that.
I recently had my exams and my anxiety gives me insomnia to the point that I will go to bed at midnight tired and only start falling asleep around 7am. I am trying to fix it now but it is so difficult and I feel perpetually exhausted. I cannot wait til I can get a full night of restful sleep and get rid of these bags under my eyes.
My all-nighters tended more to be a Friday or Saturday night. Saturday best because I could sleep with liberty on Sunday. I can't say this is a sure cure or anything like that (Insert typical disclaimer here), but I used an old somewhat inexpensive on the fly 'hang over' cure (?). It is two breakfast jacks, two regular tacos, a small fry, and two milks.
It is loaded with protein and amino acids. (Eggs, Cheese, milk, and the meat) - healing or repairing kinda' thing. And, you get a carbohydrate load too (Bread and taco shells) - energy. Sugars lead to early crash symptoms. I use that formula for lunch too shooting for maybe a 1/4-pounder or better with cheese and, again, milk. Yeah, I know, not healthy, (Lifestyle stuff?) but seemed to do the trick.
I like to play poker, so many nights I play poker and then don't go to sleep until the next night.
It is no biggie.
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